SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Trulia® Design Panel, Trulia's expert group of interior designers, home stagers and professional organizers, revealed their 2018 home design trend predictions. A common theme among what's trending in are big and bold statement walls and rugs that will pop in pictures for social media. The trends in decline revolved around recycling and being green.
"With these 2018 home design trends predictions from the Trulia Design Panel, we hope to give homeowners and renters who've found their place a starting point to help kick start any remodeling or redesign projects in the new year." said Lynnette Bruno, Trulia's vice president of communications and research. "For those still on their home search journey, Trulia provides both the tools to find the right neighborhood and right home and the advice needed to envision how to make a prospective house a home."
The Trulia Design Panel's 2018 Home Design Trend Predictions
- What's Out:
- Exposed lighting
- Granite countertops
- Bamboo flooring
- Reclaimed wood
- Bohemian tapestries
- DIY organizing products and projects
- What's In:
- Pattern on pattern
- High gloss lacquer on walls
- Instagram-ready décor
- Strong accent rugs
More details on these trends can be found by visiting https://www.trulia.com/blog/home-design-predictions-2018/.
The Trulia Design Panel publishes a monthly series to share their home décor insights on a variety of topics, from this month's article on home design trend predictions for 2018 to future articles on quick renovation tips on a budget, providing the advice that homeowners and renters need to make their house a home once they've found their place. All articles from the Trulia Design Panel series can be found by visiting the Trulia blog, here.
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